When DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon was released in 2010, it took many by surprise—including the studio itself. Directors Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders‘ deeply compassionate and gorgeous film remains one of the best animated features in recent memory, and following its overwhelmingly positive response, DreamWorks began working on a sequel. The follow-up, How to Train Your Dragon 2, opens in theaters on June 13th, and while DreamWorks Animation head Jeffrey Katzenberg announced years ago that there would be a trilogy of Dragon films, it appears the studio is now unsurprisingly considering extending the franchise to How to Train Your Dragon 4.
I recently spoke with How to Train Your Dragon and How to Train Your Dragon 2 composer John Powell in anticipation of the release of the sequel, and during the course of the interview, Powell mentioned that Katzenberg recently brought up the possibility of making a fourth HTTYD film, extending the series beyond its initially planned end-point.
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